New payment options at Love's Travel Stops help professional drivers limit COVID-19 infection risks.
Digital freight network provider Convoy has improved its drop-and-hook service, Convoy Go. The new version will offer fleets predictive trailer routing, automated reloads with batched routes, and improved telematics in its smart trailers
“You hear me say it all the time – nothing we do is worth getting hurt or hurting others," said Werner CEO Derek Leathers in a new video to company associates about the importance of not letting our guard down on COVID-19. It's a message the entire industry should take to heart.
The D-210 in-cab camera joins Netradyne's flagship Driveri (now named D-410), a vision-based safety platform that combines artificial intelligence with video, advanced onboard sensors and edge computing to detect, reason and determine causality of events.
There are complex questions to address in adding electric trucks to your fleet, but that's all the more reason to get started sooner rather than later.
Severe bottlenecks at a number of U.S. ocean ports have prompted the Federal Maritime Commission to look into whether ocean lines’ detention, demurrage, and container policies are making the situation worse.
A group of more than 20 motor carriers, brokers/3PLs, shippers, and technology providers has formed the Digital LTL Council to develop a set of standards for the automation and digitization of less-than-truckload shipments.
A drop in the American Trucking Associations' truck tonnage numbers in October could be another sign that the economic recovery is slowing, but it also may be a case of seasonal trends thrown off by the pandemic.
Strehl, which makes aerodynamic components for trailers, has purchased truck-trailer aerodynamic systems provider Rocketail and will form a new company called FleetAero.
In 2019, the costs of trucking contracted significantly, from $1.82 to $1.65 per mile – a drop of 9%, according to the American Transportation Research Institute's annual survey.
XStream Trucking's new TruckLabs company name reflects its expanding role in bringing new engineering solutions based on research and data to the North American trucking industry.
Prinx Tires is a new brand of medium-duty radial truck tires for the North American market.